Nuggets from a few of the many evaluations of Obama's first 100 days:
- Joshua Greene: "A hundred years from now, Barack Obama's first hundred days may be remembered more for his energy policy than for his bank bailouts-at least if things go according to plan. Without a great deal of fanfare or attention, Obama has made significant progress toward overhauling our national energy policy on a scale that's never before been attempted." (Hat tip: Andrew Sullivan)
- Obama, historians say, "has done more in his first 100 days in the White House than any commander in chief since Franklin D. Roosevelt, who entered office in 1933 amid the throes of the nation's last major economic upheaval."
- The St. Pete Times Obamameter reports 27 promises kept, 7 compromises, 6 promises broken, 63 in the works, and 498 with no action yet.